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After graduating college in 2011, I just knew that I had life figured out. It wasn’t until a few years later that I realized I lost sight of what was most important to me — living a balanced, fulfilled life of joy and peace that pierced through the veil of all circumstances. My health, life, and overall well-being depended on it.

The best part of your story is when it changes. – Bella Bloom

As the journey continued I committed to seeking and finding joy in each moment, applied the principles I learned about living a more fulfilling life, took steps to make a career change, and decided to simply trust God with the process.  The journey is still being written, mistakes are still made, imperfections are still present, and “adulting” is definitely not my favorite, but I am so grateful for the growth that has taken place.  In the midst of this, God blessed me with a husband who I will forever believe was sculpted just for me.  I find joy in being his wife, and his commitment to loving me with the love of Christ has enhanced my journey of self-love, love for others, and acceptance of God’s Love for me.

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Through my blog Living Levine, I hope to encourage and empower women to also intentionally embark on a journey toward finding joy in the nooks and crannies of life and leaving no stone unturned.  I want to see us all embrace every part of ourselves that has ever been rejected.   It’s time to bravely uncover, dust off, love and heal any part of us stored away in shame or feelings of unworthiness. We are in this together, and no matter who you are, where you are, or what you’ve accomplished I want you to know that you have always been and always will be ENOUGH.

As I continue to live out the path set before me, I look forward to sharing with you snippets of life, wisdom, insight, perspectives, and lessons that the journey whispers to my spirit.  If we cross paths along the way,  let us remind each other with a smile that all is well.  And if in the moment life has handed us a hand that makes it seem that all is not well,  let us  embrace with a hug as a reminder that one day it will be.

With Love Always,

Drica

Be sure to click the link to my very first blog post to see the moment that inspired me to start Living Levine.

 

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